Dear there is a myth that dates ya khajur are heat releasing, and its not good to have foods which release too much heat during pregnancy. Having a few may not be harmful, but do avoid too much of them. To tell yu truth i never knew dates was heat releasing. I ve been having 3-4 dates per day since my 1st trimester, though not regularly. I was adviced by many to have dates as it s good in iron. Do consult your doc, she could help you.
Because My doc had suggested 3 dates a day during 2nd trimester..in fact she mentioned sugar free dates(never knw they existed). As long as u dont overdo, they're good.apart frm heat,they r also high on sugar do never over do them.
Answer: Hello you can it twice a day after 4th month
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Question: hello can i eat dates if yes so how many dates i should eat in a day..
Answer: Hi.. Yes, u can have dates in pregnancy.
Dates may help to ease labor and speed delivery. Adding a few dates to your diet in the last few weeks of pregnancy may make the whole birthing process easier. Remember to check with your doctor if you have any concerns, and don't overdo the date eating because they contain sugar and also if u have gestational diabetes in pregnancy then better is to avoid it.
Question: Can i eat dates and if yes how many in a day?
Answer: Hi dear. Dates are rich in iron. Iron is the building blocks for the fetus and its very important for both of you and your baby. But it can't be produced by the body. It needs to be acquired from foods. Have 3 dates in morning and 3 in the evening. Also eat figs along with dates.
Question: I can eat dates?? If i can so how much in a day
Answer: Eat 2 soaked dates. Soaked one are good for health
Question: Should I eat dates??? If yes than how many i can consume dates per day
Answer: Hello dear. Yes you can have one or two a day.
It has natural sugars that easily break down in the body and won't spike blood sugar levels but will offer high energy, it also helps relieves constipation, and lowers your risk for gestational diabetes. However, please consume in moderation.